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we're seeing a lot of blue. we're seeing lots of the sunshine this morning. that will help, but we've got work today. first thing this morning allentown, 9 doylestown, 10. llings, 15 and go over 17 and philadelphia. 18. allentown, 17 at this hour. reading, 18. you fashion in the winds it feels like 6 at this hour in trenton. 12 in millville. 11 in philadelphia. 17 in allentown. 12 in the poconos. it's blustery and cold this morning. it will stay cold throughout the afternoon. we have another cold shot coming down from canada, the mid atlantic the northeast feeling the icy grip of old man winter. things will modify, so when the next storm that comes in here sunday will be in the form of rain not snow.
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34 is the high. 10:00 a.m. 24, noon, 30, 2:00 p.m., 32, 4:00 p.m. periods of rain tomorrow, i'll have the details in ten minutes. >> a newborn was set on fire and police are piecing together to what led up to the disturbing scene. a woman was found overnight standing along side the baby in pemberton township. police arrived and put out the fire. the baby was burned over its body. the woman was hysterical. the prosecutor's office is looking into what happened. fire rips through a pretzel business in chester county overnight. firefighters also had to watch out for ice as they battle the the blaze inside the soft pretzel factor. the water they used to put out the fire turned north church
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street in west chester into a street of ice. firefighters he nod -- notice the the smoke coming from the basement. the cause is under recess. a settlement deal between penn state and the ncaa runs 112 wins to the school and turns joe pa to the winningest coach in philadelphia. we have more on "the turning point" for the nittany lions. >> today is a victory for the people of pennsylvania and penn state nation. >> reporter: joe korman is rejoycing believe that ncaa did not have the right to wipe occupy the wins that were garnered between 2098 animal
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2011. >> the reputations of many people including one of the most revered sports figures of the 20 century were tarnished by accusations that were not based in fact. >> reporter: the decree was implemented in 2012 which the university signed off. the ncaa levied a 60 million-dollar fine against the university. senator korman and others didn't think it was fair and filed a lawsuit against the ncaa. now weeks before the scheduled trial ncaa has changed course saying it did not want to draw out the case and hold up funds for victims of sexual abuse. joe's son responded on the decision not to go to trial. >> i think the ncaa was anxious to get this over with rather than fails the music and take
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the stand. >> reporter: he defended his father. >> the actual prosecutor on the case stated on the record that joe paterno was forkt -- for forth can you coming and followed the law. >> this means the money the school was supposed to pay a 6 in million -- $60 million in fine will stay in pennsylvania to help those who suffer sexual abuse. a 14-year-old who was stabbed in southwest philadelphia has died. a 16-year-old was adler. police searched the teen suspect's home last night. it happened when two teenagers got into a fight in the lunchroom yesterday. the fight occurred at 46th and market streets.
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police opened fire an a suspect who tried to run him down with his car. the shooting happened during an undercover drug deal at 69th and walnut street. he is in custody, they found semi automatic handgun and crack cocaine and large amount of cash in the suspect's vehicle. a 3-year-old boy is dead after a train collided with a car in delran yesterday afternoon. it happened on the new jersey transit river line at chester avenue. two other people in the vehicle were taken to cooper university hospital for treatment. five people on the train suffered non-life threatening injuries. river line light rail service is suls suspended -- suspended between cinnaminson and riverside. lehigh county coroner said 64-year-old woman got disoriented in the area and made
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a turn on to the trackings. she got stuck and the train hit the woman at mill street. the woman was pronounced at the scene. a family call also for justice -- family calls for justice he was murdered. his family will gather for his killer to surrender. a 20,000 reward is posted in this case. we've learned more about the temple university student who plunged to her death in center city. 18-year-old rebecca kim was a first year prepharmacy student from ambler taking pictures on the ledge outside the art residence. a friend told her to come inside. she plunged 8 stories and fell on top of 44-year-old erica
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goodwin. >> it's unbelievable, what are the chances that anyone walking down the street someone would fall on them. >> reporter: goodwin is in critical condition with a broken shoulder and multiple spine and rib fractures. two drone incidents called for federal regulations rules of the road toy drones was the hottest gifts this past christmas. senator charles schumer said there were two incidents of drones flying in aerospace in west chester new york. while bird strikes are more common a drone poses more danger. a supreme court will take up the nationwide same-sex marriage debate. the justices will determine whether the gay couples have the constitutional rights to marry or states can ban same-sex marriages. the court will review an appellate ruling that upheld bands in four states.
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gay marriageses are legal in -- gay marriageses are legal in 36 states and the district of clup about a. the first state's marijuana clinic will open today. patients can see a doctor andnnabis consultant and get diagnosed to use marijuana. patients who are 18 years of age or orderly can qualify for certain conditions such as cancer hiv alzheimers, ptsd and more. the medical marijuana will be prescribed in 6-ounce doses. it's steps from the dispensary which opens its doors in april. happening today the philadelphia home show opens at the pennsylvania convention center. it's the region's premier
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building design and landscaping event. james young star of dyi i hate my kitchen will be there today and tomorrow. for the first time the home show will offer free parking from the ikea lot on the columbus boulevard in south philadelphia. the home show this so that he is this weekend and next weekend. next, we'll have sports and we'll talk you to the detroit auto show and show you what's popular this year. and pope francis is in the philippines today. >> reporter: if you have things to do outdoors, do it today because this is heading our way. have the timing when we come right back.
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a future without accidents? why do any of it? why do all of it? because if it matters to you it's everything to us. the xc60 crossover. from volvo. lease the well-equipped volvo xc60 today. visit your local volvo showroom for details. >> breaking news this morning from overseas, we are following a story about police say a fire in a truck triggered an alarm which led to suspension of all rail services between the tunnel of britain and france. the fire was at the french end of the tunnel. rail passenger services between britain and fans have been suspended. they are investigating the cause. this morning in wind-driven
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rain pope francis held mass. during that mass a piece of scaffolding fell on the church follow killing her. the pontiff cut short the mass to get ahead of the storm. he moved on to the capitol of ma manila. the philippines is home to the world's third largest population. a jet overshot the runway. the pope was not on the jet. it's part of the federal government cap net. everybody -- cabinet. everybody is all right. 91:00, as you look outside it's cold. >> reporter: it is nice looking it's cold. >> it's january. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. it's it feels like january. we have lots of sunshine. temperatures wise we're down in the teens with windchills in the
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single digits. today we have a cold canadian high pressure system slipping on through. if we're lucky we reach 33 or 34 later on. that's about it. you saw storm tracker 6 live double scan we're crystal clear no issues out there this morning, we don't expect any later this afternoon. 21 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 2. windy out of the north/northwest at 9 miles per hour. showing the teens north and west low 20s south and east. when you factor in the winds you subtract five or six degrees from the numbers you saw there. it's a blustery and cold morning, but cold, but better. we have clouds increasing from the west and system from the south, we'll have two systems converge. it will take its time getting here. today we'ren brighter side of things -- we're on the brighter side of things and we get into sunday, we have clouds and
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periods of rain and it comes down heavy at times. the cold will be in place first thing tomorrow morning. as the moisture arrives initially it could fall in the form of freezing rain or sleet. you can see the shades of blue that we are checking the ice pellets to mix in at the onset. as we get going the storm will get warmer and it will go over to rain. periods of rain, it will be heavy at times. by 2:30, this is a quick-moving system. 2:30, the edge is past philadelphia and moving north toward trenton and ocean and monmouth counties and it pulls north into new england. for the patriots game it could be messy for the second half. it's a very small system you saw how compact the storm was a
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shift either way 25, 30 miles could mean the difference between a half inch of rain, versus an inch and a half, the time and the track will be the key players as to what we see tomorrow. wilmington 1.61. philadelphia, 1.38. trenton the same number. atlantic city a little bit more than an inch that's what this model is suggesting at this time. we'll watch it for you. there could be icing at the onset north and west. this is mainly a rain event. temperatures will climb into the 40s tomorrow afternoon. le bulls eye the heaviest rain will fall over south jersey and delaware. cape may 35, sunny and cold, normally we should be around 41. we're well below average allentown, 29. trenton, 31 degrees. overnight lows dropping into the mid 20s north and west, 28 to 30 in center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows 34
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today, ten better for tomorrow, we're up to 44. but a lot of clouds out there periods of rain heavy at times. windy for monday, 42 degrees, tuesday, increasing clouds, 43. wednesday the next system pushes through, it's a fast-moving clipper system, could be rain showers or snow showers it's not a big event. wednesday and thursday, back in the 30s. >> we're pretty much pushing through winter without much snow. >> reporter: we've got the cold, that's has come on on track. the snow we were supposed to to have at least 7 by now and we were forecasting 30 to 35. we have a ways to go. >> a man honored wife with a 75-ton gift. the pink tow truck comes from
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her first diagnosis of breast cancer, grant owns a trucking company. >> this truck a dinky toy for the love i have for you. >> keep on trucking. >> they hope i meant -- it gives hope to anyone in their situation.
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>> in two weeks the auto industry will descend on philadelphia, right now they have taken on the motor city by storm. we traveled to detroit at the international auto show to see what's coming to philly. ducis rogers has the story. >> reporter: the wizardry of the auto industry showed new cars revealed. >> horsepower, speed sexiness design. >> reporter: there were super cars. >> they are fun to look at even if you're not a performance enthusiast. >> reporter: horsepower all over the show. cadillac unveiled it's luxury
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sedan that can reach 200 miles per hour. >> cadillac is interested in making sure people recognize not only they are a luxury brand but they have performance options. >> reporter: while performance was a buzz word so was autonomy as mercedes displayed it's zf15. >> it has technology adaptive crews control. a lot of time technology is there. >> reporter: while a driveless car -- driveless car is future they have looking at green carl's. >> reporter: chevy is showing off it's all electric vehicle the boltment -- the bolt. >> that's a car i think people would buy. >> reporter: new power trains and new technology, and new
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concepts. it's a healthy all the industry they make their way to philadelphia on january 21. >> it's going to follow us to the philadelphia auto show. >> that was ducis rogers reporting. join ducis rogers, karen rogers, melissa magee, alicia vitarelli and adam joseph as they preview the 114 auto show our all access look airs january 31 on 6abc. lesean mccoy talking about his future with the eagles. and sixers big man nerlens noel has a lesson for the rest of the league. the pelicans learned it last night. don't forget you can keep track of our storm tracker 6 live anytime it gives you access to live weather alerts for your area.
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>> now, this is how you should spend a cold saturday in january, right? sky6 live hd taking a live look for us at all the skiers coming down spring mountain. it is cold out there today but it is dry check is perfect ski weather. turning to sports, the struggling flyers in buffalo against the sabers. and college hoops number five villanova plays penn at the palestra. and the sixers had their biggest win of season last night. ducis rogers has more saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers are young and inexperienced and hungry that at times can be fun to watch. it was against new orleans. drew holiday out with a bum
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ankle. early first quarter action, nerlens noel on cleanup duty. sixers lead 2-zip. robert covington, 3 of his 18 points. back to noel, third quarter 13 points 11 rebounds. the sixers win 96-81. >> that will send, you know, a message to the league if you come to philadelphia, you got to come full force we don't take that lightly because we're a team that's going to up and down and run. >> reporter: eagles jeremy maclin andorenbos. lesean mccoy's salary
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will be close to $12 million he may be asked to restructure the deal. that's something he is open to. >> the coach knows how i feel about the team we'll work something out. we'll wait and see. >> dom brown and ben revere will be back in a phillies uniform. revere finished 5th in the national league in batting with a 306 average and third in the league with 39 stolen basis. brown will get 2.5 million. he took a step back last year, batting 235. that's a look at sports this morning i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend. packers fans who are not interested in wearing a cheese head have a new option, these
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are ched locks in honor of ready lacey who wears his hair in dread locks. lacey takes on the seattle sea hawks forthright to play in the super bowl. >> there's much more to come on including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm monica malpass this is carter we'll have carter's story in just a few minutes coming up later this morning on "action news." >> dover delaware police officer is giving taylor swift a run for her money we'll have the viral video and another check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast from meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9 continues.
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>> happening now on "action news" saturday at 9:00, a sad update to our developing story this morning a police investigation is underway after a newborn baby was found on fire on a south jersey way overnight. bucks county high schoolers are accused of exchanging explicit text messages. in europe, police search for suspected terrorists. . first we'll go outside to chris sowers, you're not jumping around like you were an hour ago. >> reporter: temperatures were down in the single digits and
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teens. we've rebounded a little bit, but the numbers are well below average for this timeful year. 18 in reading, 20 in philadelphia. 22 in millville. 18 in trenton and 92349 poconos. you factor in the winds it feels colder, feels like 6 in trenton 10 in reading, 17 in allentown anticipate 11 in philadelphia. it's a blustery cold morning these windchills will be sticking around all day long. if you're outdoors today you'll need to bundle up in layers in order to brave the elements here today. fortunately we're going to see a lot of sunshine. the sun will help a little bit tomorrow all the clouds you'll see approaching from the left to the left-hand side of the screen all that gives way to rain and lots of it. some of that rain will come down heavy at times tomorrow. icy cold tomorrow, milder tomorrow we get all the rain. sunny cold this afternoon 34 degrees that's the call from accuweather. we'll call it a 50/150 weekend.
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all that moisture moves in. some of the rain is heavy at times. it's a miserable finish to the weekend. i'll talk about that when i step back inside with the full accuweather forecast. >> thanks chris. authorities in burlington county investigating a tragedy involving a newborn the baby was found on fire lying on the street. the baby has died. the woman was near the baby in pemberton township. police officers spodged to the 9 is -- responding to the 911 call put out the fire. the baby was rushed to the hospital investigators have said it died. police have not said if the woman set the baby on fire, she was very upset at the scene. police are investigating the cause of a fire on loreto avenue. a woman was burned and taken to
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the hospital in critical condition. investigators are working to pinpoints what parked the blaze. newly released surveillance video shows the moments before and after the murder of a social worker tuesday morning. the gunman waited outside of kim jones home for an hour, he followed her to the bus stop at 12th and jefferson where he shot her execution style. last night family and friends held a vigil for jones. her son pleaded for witnesses to come forward. >> my mother was a great person and selfless, she deserved better than this. >> there is a 20,000-dollar we ward leading to an arrest an conviction. monday marks the one year anniversary of the murder of amber long shot to death during the holdup in northern liberties.
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her killer is on the loose. dann cuellar talked with long's mother. >> she was an old soul, she was a very very wise person for her age. >> reporter: an architect amber long traveled to italy to study architecture. she was an accomplished artist, a young woman with a good crowd of friends. as a senior in high school she wrote a touching letter to her mother. >> thanks for giving me life mom, that love will stay with me for as long as i live, one day i will have a child of my own and i will pass that love on. happy mother's day. >> reporter: this monday marks a year when stephanie and her daughter were walking along front street after a night on the town, that's when two bandits approach them snatched amber's purse and then killed her.
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>> i heard the pop and she fell back on me. >> reporter: the men were seen getting into a black chevy impala. >> you had amber die in her mother's arms. we need to catch the killers we need the public's help. >> reporter: meanwhile the mother created a scholarship for philadelphia university in amber's name. >> i have done everything i can to keep her alive and keep her work alive. >> reporter: a 37,000-dollar reward remains on the table for information leading to an arrest and conviction, if you know something, homicide department. philadelphia police is waiting for your call. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> students at in a sham me high school in bucks -- at
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neshaminy bucks county are in trouble with the law for sharing explicit photos with other teens. what happens in in a -- in in a neshaminy puts the kids under the jurisdiction of state law. >> it could range from probation to placement outside the home. >> reporter: in the neshaminy case other students saw the images and reported them. the 8 students charged will enter diversion programs for non-violent offenders. an upper darby mother accused of locking her disabled son out of her home has turned herself in. police arrived and found the 18-year-old son banging on the door.
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investigators say he has the intellect of a 10-year-old. >> we're lucky we're not dealing with manslaughter, that kid would have frozen to death. he didn't know what to do other than to stay there. >> reporter: the victim is said to be doing well and staying with an aunt in up he shall -- upper darby. breaking news from europe, euro rail service between britain and france a fire in a truck triggered an alarm no injuries were reported. belgium is sending its own army into its own streets following a terror raid. police got into a shootout with terrorists. two suspects were killed, they found police uniforms suspecting the suspects were going to carry out an attack disguised as police officers. they do not know if the paris
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attack and the belgium incident were tied together, but they have ties to radical islam. president obama met with david cameron at the white house. cameron said cyber intelligence is essential for preventing the attacks. >> i know that some of the plots that that prevented lives from being saved there's intelligence used to prevent terrorism. >> reporter: both president obama and cameron asked to hold off on sanctions against iran during nuclear talks. creatures get a second
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chance, we'll introduce you to some of the pets in "shelter me rescue of the week." and chris sowers will be back for a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns.
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led lights are embedded in the ice, that's why you get the creepy almost look. there are only three other ice castles in the u.s., new hampshire, minnesota and utah. >> reporter: it almost looks like you're walking through a haunted house. >> like a scary part of a disney movie. >> reporter: exactly. let's go live on sky 6. that's your saturday, look how nice that shot is. the you're overlooking the ben franklin bridge. lots of bright blue and a ton of sunshine this morning. that's how the afternoon will play out as well. it's just cold. if you can put up with the cold, you'll be okay. otherwise the big story this weekend is the rain heading this way for sunday. 21 degrees dewpoint, 2 the winds out of the of the north northwest at 9 miles per hour. 17 in martins creek and 17 for
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quakertown. 18 in warrington. 9 in tanersville. chester 22. in south jersey, 22 is the number for buena and gandys beach, glassboro, 23 and woodbine 24. as you look at satellite and radar, it's hard to imagine there's a big rainstorm heading this way. the only player out there right now is this. area of low pressure it's a trailing cold front cutting across the high plains. that will hit the eastern seaboard. this guys right here will come up the two will converge on the area you'll get a coastal storm that will bring all this moisture into the region tomorrow. today is nice, sunshine expected from start to finish. tomorrow is the complete opposite. cloud cover from start to finish. periods of rain, some of it will be heavy at times. later in the afternoon we'll get into 5 6:00, 7:00. the patriots take on the colts in fox borough look at the heavy rain pushing into that
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part of the county. in our neck of the woods we'll have light rain overspreading the area, it will start at # or 8:00 a.m. it could start as freezing rain or sleet. you can see how heavy this will be the yellows and oranges all morning long into the first part of the afternoon. by 3:00 p.m. that's when the tail end swings through and pushes out of here. rainfall totals this will depend on the exact track of this system. the far western suburbs you don't see much of anything at all. according to the model .18 in allentown, .2 in reading. i-95 points south and -- i-95 corridor, points south and east, it will be heavier. we'll have to see how it develops over the next 12 hours or so. one thing is for certain it will be in the form of rain as temperatures start to moderate.
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maybe icing in the beginning and then we go over to the heavy rain. there could be poor drainage flooding that develops because the ground is frozen. maybe the top layer is thawed, you get deeper than that, 4 5 inches it's all frozen. no coastal flooding the expected with the storm. it's not a big wind maker it's just a heavy rain event. temperatures by 10:00 a.m., sunday morning we're in the 40s and 50s in parts of south jersey that's why it's going to be rain and not snow. we have the polar bear plunge taking place down the jersey shore today. this is in wildwood at the convention center. him it will be cold for this one, ocean temperature 38 degrees air temperature by the time they jump in 32 it will feel like 27 degrees with the winds. that's a true polar plunge, 34 for philadelphia today mostly sunny and cold, overnight tonight, clouding up, 22 degrees out lying suburbs, 28 for center city. it's dry it's tomorrow morning
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when the rain moves in. 34 today tomorrow, periods of rain. 44. monday, 42 turning winds tuesday, increasing clouds, 43. wednesday, clipper system moves in and wet rain or snow showers 40 degrees, thursday and friday in the 30s. it's time for the "shelter me rescue of the week" animal rescue foundation of southeastern pennsylvania. monica malpass has the story. >> reporter: animal rescue foundation of southeastern pennsylvania is dedicated to saving unwanted and forgotten animals in the high kill shelters. >> the high kill shelters usually have a little bit of window to be there if they are not pulled they will get euthanized. >> more fosters we have the more animals can be saved.
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>> reporter: in the ten years the rescue has been operating they have managed to save 3,000 unwanted animals. >> we are helping animals that are treated unhumanely and help them find better themselves. >> reporter: achilles is a lab mix rescued from south carolina. >> he came into the shelter when he was hit by car. >> he is is good with cats and dogs and kids. he loves to play with the ball. >> reporter: trenton would love a family with children. >> he is a very active puppy. >> reporter: else is a is a 1-year-old and on the shy side. >> she needs time to warm up after time. >> reporter: peaches would perform home with no dogs or children. this is carter a 9-month-old tabby who is playful and friendly and wearing a sweater
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to stay warm this winter. if you would like to adopt carter go to the website. vote for your favorite shelter or add a rescue group to our list by going to the "shelter me rescue of the week" of the "action news" facebook we'll feature the top vote getter next saturday morning an "action news." with carter, monica malpass channel 6 "action news."
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>> good saturday morning to you, sky6 live hd taking a live look at penns landing at the river rink there a perfect day to head out and do a little ice skatings. 24 degrees, 9:50. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware valley this weekend. the philadelphia gift show kicks off as philadelphia expo. it has thousands of lines from hundreds of manufacturers and leading sales representatives. it's happening in oaks montgomery county from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. both today and
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tomorrow. since we're down the short are head to the salt water sportsman national seminar series this weekend, it's the most longest running and course on marine angling in the nation. it's happening from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in linwood atlantic county. in delaware, officials have announced another flu-related death. the vaccine is 26 effective against the most predominant strain. 18 to 49, the effectiveness drops 12%. 50 and orderly 14% of the -- older, 14%. time. doctors are using hand on techniques to get relief. >> reporter: dr. bell of the
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philadelphia college of osteopathic medicine looks for tight spots in the body. network stretching from the head to toe. >> there's a lot of different connecting channels and ducts and lymph nodes that carry fluids that kill bacteria and other to toxins. tight muscles or infection from flu can block the channels. she manipulates the area to get the fluids flowing free again and it helps the body fight the flu. jiggling the body from the head to the chest help. the man manuvers are easy to learn, while they don't give
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immediate relief, patients say it help even with a stuffy head. >> i start to drain. >> reporter: sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." >> next, meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, stay with us we'll be right back.
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>> a police officer in delaware got down to taylor swift. ♪ oh yeah, the police officer was lip syncing and showing us his
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move to shake it off. the delaware police officers posted this dash cam of him. the video no question has gone viral. you may have seen it on "good morning america" this weekend. we love this video. i love the little neck thing he's got it going. >> reporter: he does it well, he is right on cue. >> and the hair. >> reporter: he has that down to a t. 34 degrees today cold. tomorrow, 44, periods of rain it will be heavy at times especially during the morning hours. turning windy for monday, 42, tuesday, 43, we'll moderate here wednesday 43, rain or snow showers colder by week's end, 37 thursday, 36 for friday. >> jack hanna's "wild
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